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the next step is. >> reporter: somehow the city will use the meters in the future, even if they have to paint over the red. the other big bill show coresponse order, loring speed camera fines, it passed last night. more that tonight at 6 and hearing from the mayor, shawn. back to you. >> thank you. >>> and a bank was evacuated when someone tried to blow up the atm. sky fox is over the scene in shelton boulevard. someone called to report a explosion overnight. security video later conern -- confirmed an explosive device went off around 4 a.m. the atm was scotched to damage and still functions. police evacuated the bank and northbound homes this afternoon after a dog detected a possible second device behind the bank. they gave us the all clear a short time later. >>> a developing story in maryland. a 34-year-old man is dead and his 54-year-old brother hurts after they were apparently intensionally run over this morning in gaithersburg. police found the car that hit them and now they trying to figure out who was driving it. paul wagner has more on the investigation. >> reporter: when po
less painful. >> reporter: and the u.s. senate paying tribute with silence this afternoon. a nation in pain with some turning to action. this march in washington calling for stricter gun control measures. president obama said sunday at a memorial service that he planned to take executive action. >> are we prepared to say such violence visited on our children year after year after year to sell out the price of our freedom? >> reporter: hoping to provide comfort, owners of therapy dogs are wandering around town with animals and they're being approached by children and adults a like. jennifer davis, fox news. >>> schools across the country and here in our area had counselors and extra police perhaps as students return to class today. they hoping the added security might ease the anxiety by students and parents. >> reporter: first graders at district heights lamar start the morning discussing a story like any other day. then, something different. >> at this time, we're going have a moment of silence. >> reporter: silence to remember school kids just like themselves who never made it out
county, low 10 county and frederick county and this is setting up like a typical situation for us why where i-95 is the all-important line. south and east of that, you're talking about mainly rain and little, if any, accumulation and from d.c. to the north and west and that is where we think most of the accumulation is going to be. you can see the city's involved in the winter weather advisory. front royal, winchester, frederick, hagerstown, leesburg and rockville. it doesn't look like this is going to be a big storm at all for us, moving long quickly. the way we see it now, most of the snow will arrive for everyone before sunrise and basically coming in overnight tonight. for the d.c. area here, we're talking about snow and we'll see snow for most of the day tomorrow. the highest accumulations will be north and west which, is very typical around here and all of the precipitation, whether it's rain or snow, will be tapering off late in the day. coming up with the full forecast, will, we're talking about where we think the greatest accumulations will be and who sees an inch of wet snow
and they are afraid they can't get them and use them. >> reporter: the nation's big city mayors sent a letter to president calling for a ban on assault weapons and on high- capacity magazines. a strengthening of the current law on background checks. mark warner said he's rethinking his previous pro-nra position on gun control. >> when my daughters asked me friday night, dad, you're in the senate y can't we put reasonable restrictions on assault weapons or the rapid- fire ammunition clips. i didn't have a good enough answer for them. >> reporter: he thinks restrictions on gun sales and possession are exactly the wrong approach. >> let's try something different. let's do what the israelis do. school staff. armed, trained. >> reporter: virginia governor bob mcdonough ordered an audit of school safety procedures and he said he's disinclined to jump to quick conclusions. >> i don't have any policy recommendations that i'm making on arming teachers or anything else at this point. i'm suggesting our school audits need to be looked at, find ways to implementetter and exper say they would recommend to
backbc the tax hikes in the daily or two.il shawn? >> thank you.u. >>> mark joins us.ns from are reports that we know now there will not be a house vote on the fiscal cliff packagk tonight. what are you hearing? what are the chances in what's going on? >> the u.s. congress has taken incomplete, remember that, you would call the registrar and, or your professor, and you took an incomplete, and that's what they've done. mcdonnell and the democratsdemo could get something done in terms of taxes, and it's a stage of process, but in terms of the whole bargain, they want more time of the what republicans didn't want to have blamedblam monday them is that they increased taxes on the middle class, and so maybe tim kainey was prophetic.ti he said let's just settle atse 500,000.tt they settled at 450,000, and noo move to the tougher stuff later. >> we've seen a lot of frustration and it's not justjus the americans who will be affected. lawmakers also fed up, maryland senator, the longer serving woman in the senate, said i, lived through 9/11, i've lived through impeachment of a president, but this
the license today. karen gray houston has the latest for us. >> reporter: some have waited a long time for this tate. there was no stampedes to apply for the marriage licenses but a trickle. clearly same-sex marriage is a real life changer. one couple we met wants to tie the knot and realizes it's a big step. >> reporter: meet karen, the general manager of the store. sitting in the lobby of the montgomery county circuit court. show thought this day would never come. >> so excited. i can't believe this day is here. i can't believe it. been waiting a long time. >> reporter: the longtime partner of 29 yearstions the spotlight and doesn't want to be identified. >> there is purchases and people don't believe in who we are and what we stand for and u unfortunately, they don't want this to happen. the people of maryland spoke. >> reporter: a majority of maryland voters cruised -- [ indiscernible ] effective january 1st. governor o'malley signed a proclamation thursday affirming that popular vote. attorney general doug gansler wrote a legal opinion last week that would allow gay couples to get
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